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aroma
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I remember Debbs from the Bristol meetups at browns cafe such a fun loving lady who called her ports ant and Dec .and those shoes !! God bless her memory .ive recently been diagnosed after 9 yrs clear ,all ok at the moment but would love to hear from those Bristol ladies again .
eileen765
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Hello Zotam, I remember both your daughter and Debs. Hope you are finding some peace Eileen x

magsi
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Remebering Debs - 4 years have passed by but Debs will always remain in my thoughts, especially when visiting Cornwall.

Until we meet again.

Mx

belinda
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Remembered with great fondness.
Little Bean must be growing up fast.
maltomlin1
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Nearly 4 years!

 

Still remembered.

 

xx

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I met Debs just once at a lunch n Bristol nearly three years ago. She was the absolute definition of a live wire and had time for everyone. She was so passionate in what she was fighting for and such a a great voice for secondary BC sufferers. A remarkable lady, never forgotten xx

scottishlass
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Debs was a lady I never had the opportunity to meet but miss her posts on here too. I cannot believe that we have been two years without her. Thank you for reminding us about DebsinCornwall, magsi, She was indeed a beautiful lady, from Val

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God bless Debs, you will never be forgotten, junieliz x

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I only met Debs through the forums too and she gave me so much support and wrote such lovely words when Lisa, my daughter, died.
A lovely lady. RIP Debs.
Its wonderful that this site gives us a chance to remember the lovely people who fought with such bravery but lost their battles.
I like to think they are all together somewhere having a wonderful party.
We won't forget any of you.
Love Sue

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can't believe its 2 years, i hope her family are doing well, she was a wonderful lady who gave so many support, RIP Debs x

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What a lovely selfless lady.

She sent sent me a very supportive message shortly after I joined this board and she was such a positive presence on the board. I looked out for all her posts.

Sorely missed.
Mal

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And I also often think of Debs, especially during "pink October", when I celebrate her great pronouncement on ASDA's Tickled Pink campaign: "I wasn't tickled pink when I was told I had terminal breast cancer . . . ". She was very encouraging to me and so many others here on the BCC boards, and I do miss her (and her fabulous shoes) a lot. xx

belinda
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I often think of Debs, a lovely lady, amazing really. I do miss her presence here on the forums..my thoughts and good wishes to her family..x

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I only 'met' her through the forum but she made a very strong impression on me. I loved reading her posts and didn't know for quite some time how serious her condition was....
She was very modest, fascinating, great sense of fun and incredibly thoughtful. I owe her a great deal.

Her anniversary is a wonderful opportunity to praise her spirit and hope her family are just as strong as ever.

R.I.P. lovely lady.

magsi
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debsincornwall

Its 2 years ago today that Debs died.
I am still left with happy memories of meeting her, of her amazing sense of humour, her wisdom and her love for her family.
Until we meet again Debs
as always
Mx